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it is good I found discussion. And it is pretty interesting about Khaosok Discovery What do you think about this guys: http://phuketelephanttrails.com/phuket-elephant-trekking/ ? What they say sounds quite interesting for me. I really want to hear your idea about them.


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When taking international buses in Asia, there is in most cases no direct connection, specially when the cities are not connected with a direct straight road. It's better to look for 2 or more connections to get you there. Same in this case. You can take a bus from the Vientiane Central Bus station to to Khon Kaen: Khon Kaen 08:15, 14:45. Price: 50,000 ...


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There are lots of join-in treks offered in Chiang Mai. And unless you are traveling during a peak time (Christmas/New Year or Songkran), you could could wait until you get there to talk with tour companies and form your own opinion before booking. If you want more feedback before you go, you might try some of the other online forums, such as TripAdvisor or ...


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Busses for Hua Hin leave from the Southern Bus Terminal (Sai Dai Mai) in Thonburi (left bank of the river.) I wouldn’t bother booking ahead, since they leave every half hour or so, and your travel period doesn’t fall on a long weekend. (While August 12 is a holiday, that’s too far away to have an effect.) You should be able to turn up and get the next ...


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I recently visited Thailand and got lots of in-depth information about it. It REALLY depends on what you're doing, when you're doing it, where you're doing it, how long you're doing it there, how well-protected you plan to be, and how much risk you're willing to take. Malaria is more of a problem in northern Thailand. There are more mosquitos during the ...


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It is not legal to carry Indian currency notes out of India. Once you have a bank account in Thailand you can do a wire transfer from your Indian bank account. You can also buy Thai currency from India and take it with you but the value should not exceed USD10000. Another way to do this would be to just take your visa or mastercard debit card with you and ...


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You need a confirmed departure from whichever country you will first enter, be it Thailand, Malaysia or Singapore. All three countries allow visa free entry, but for a limited time period and if you can not show that you are leaving the country before that time expires, the airline flying you there may not let you board. Please know that this "proof" is ...


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Visa: It depends on how long you are staying in each country in your case. On this website you can look if you need a visa or not: http://www.doyouneedvisa.com/ About the return ticket: If you have a flight ticket out of the country you'll be safe eventhough it's to another country where you came from. If you don't have booked the tickets yet when entering ...


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Take mrt to phyathai then change to bts.then exits sapantaksin station.go to the pier take public boat to pra atrit pier.walk out to main road turn rright 200m turn in small lane on yours left.then you are there.


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For the 30 day visa exemption you need to document that you are leaving Thailand before the 30 days are up. And the only real proof is an airplane ticket out. A bus ticket to the border does not count. You will need to prove this first the airline flying you to Bangkok as they have the legal responsibility to check before boarding you. Immigration rarely ...


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The treehouses are run by the National Park and can be booked online, however getting and back again could be problematic, as you would need to prearrange round trip transport. The village of Thong Pha Phum will have only few song teaws and motorcycle taxis. I doubt you will find a taxi. You are also going during rainy season, so clouds will obscure the ...



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